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Lowry, who averaged 17.8 points and 7.4 assists last season for Toronto, had plenty of help in the election process. For one, Casey said he would get in a fight if Lowry didn't earn a berth. "It's a good thing he made it because I am not a good fighter," Casey said laughing. HoopsHype

"If I would have had it before, I would have appreciated it but now 28-years-old and Year 9, it's a testament of being with a great team and great organization and great group of guys who I get along with," Lowry said. "So for me to represent them at this time is perfect." HoopsHype

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Lowry and Conley had starkly contrasting approaches to the game. Stoudamire figured that the hard-nosed and aggressive Lowry had spent his life trying to prove himself. Conley, meanwhile, had always been a highly regarded player on highly regarded teams, the type of guy who was comfortable blending in with the talent surrounding him and who was seldom forced into a leading role. “Kyle was a pit bull,” Stoudamire said. “The way he played, the things that he did, it was straightforward. He wanted it all. Mike, I wouldn’t say that he never had a chip on his shoulder, but with the players that he grew up playing with, he never had to be that guy.” Grantland

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The Toronto Raptors' Kyle Lowry and the Houston Rockets' James Harden on Monday were named the Kia NBA Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Month, respectively, for games played in December. Lowry ranked fourth in the Eastern Conference in scoring (22.3 ppg) and second assists (8.9 apg), as the Raptors went 11-4 to remain comfortably atop the Atlantic Division. He posted six point-assist double-doubles, the third most in the NBA in December. He scored at least 30 points in three contests, and averaged 25.8 points in nine road games. He was named the Eastern Conference's Player of the Week after averaging 29.3 points and 8.7 assists over three games from Dec. 1-7. He also scored a career-high 39 points in a 123-104 win at Utah on Dec. 3. NBA.com

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Marriage did that to him. But fatherhood — that changed everything. “He’s done more for me than I’ve done for him,” he said of his son. “He’s a bigger influence on my life. It’s made me more of a man. It’s made me more of a grown-up. It’s made me more mature. It’s made me understand that life is bigger than just basketball and being mad about things. I’ve spent a lot of my life being mad. I’m never mad (anymore). Off the court, I’m never mad. On the court, that’s a different story. “I don’t know why I was like I was. I was always mad. Things don’t always go your way. You make mistakes. You make them out to be bigger than they are. You build them up. At the end of the day, you’re mad, then you’re mad at yourself. It’s no way to be. “The last two years have been a very peaceful, very happy time. I’ve never been more stable. I’ve never been more understanding.” Toronto Sun

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